It’s Episode 5 of our discussion of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. This week: The Secret To Money. Download this episode (right click and save)
Listen to Joel Furhman, MD, best-selling author of Eat To Live, The End of Dieting and The End of Heart Disease in conversation about the American diet fixation — with Alison Rose Levy. Download this episode (right click and save)
Hypermedia researcher and author Konrad Becker talks about algorithms from hell, the madness of rationality, media seances, and the martial art of freedom. http://world-information.net/en/ Download this episode (right click and save)
Listen to Steve Horn, journalist reporting on DeSmogBlog discussing how the projected Trump Administration energy policy and appointments will accelerate climate chaos in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
“Marshall McLuhan.” We look at the media guru who is the most influential mind of the second half of the 20th century who remains the best source for understanding the connectivity of our 21st century. Everybody has heard that “the medium is the message,” but what exactly does that mean. Find out on today’s show. http://www.marshallmcluhan.com
Psychedelic activist Katie Tomlinson talks about psy-trance, religious experience, integration circles, and the potential role of psychedelics in overcoming oppression.
The Personal Computer Show
The Progressive Radio Network has teamed up once again with the Zeno Radio Network and this time it’s for their podcast by phone feature. The podcast by phone feature gives you the chance to listen to all of your favorite PRN shows last five episodes by dialing their listen live number. Listed below are those phone numbers.
Deadpool is the highest-grossing film in the United States so far this year—and one of the most controversial. Though the film has scored points with critics and audiences for its irreverent take on the superhero genre, its extreme gore has raised some familiar questions and objections about the role of violence in films. But look at the highest-grossing film of 2016 internationally, …
Political murder is a special case of homicide, often collective, as in crimes against humanity, rather than individual, although assassination comes under this heading. I am not referring to acts of violence associated with robbery, heated disputes, or revenge, but something systemic, regularized, ideally, from the culprit’s standpoint, bureaucratized, to hide specific responsibility and involvement. The one who gives the …
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